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Nitrogen removal in intermittently aerated vertical flow constructed wetlands: impact of influent COD/N ratios.
The results suggest that intermittent aeration combined with high influent COD/N ratios could achieve high nitrogen removal in VFCWs. Expand
Decreased gray matter volume in the left hippocampus and bilateral calcarine cortex in coal mine flood disaster survivors with recent onset PTSD
It is suggested that the gray matter volume and density of limbic structure decreased in recent onset PTSD patients who were exposed to extreme trauma. Expand
Adsorption of Pb(II) on activated carbon prepared from Polygonum orientale Linn.: kinetics, isotherms, pH, and ionic strength studies.
The adsorption of Pb(II) on PLAC was strongly dependent on pH and ionic strength, indicating an ion-exchange mechanism. Expand
Typical low cost biosorbents for adsorptive removal of specific organic pollutants from water.
This paper provides a comprehensive review on using typical low-cost biosorbents obtained from lignocellulose and chitin/chitosan for SOPs adsorption, their characteristics, biosorption mechanism together with utilization for eliminating Sops are presented and discussed. Expand
Functional and anatomical brain deficits in drug-naive major depressive disorder
  • Wenbin Guo, F. Liu, +5 authors J. Zhao
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and…
  • 3 October 2014
It is suggested that brain functional and anatomical deficits contribute independently to the neurobiology of MDD. Expand
Impairments of thalamic resting-state functional connectivity in patients with chronic tinnitus.
Chronic tinnitus patients have disrupted thalamocortical functional connectivity to selected brain regions which is associated with specific tinnites characteristics, and resting-state thalamic functional connectivity disturbances may play an important role in neuropathological features of tinnitis. Expand
Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex CRISPR genotyping: improving efficiency, throughput and discriminative power of 'spoligotyping' with new spacers and a microbead-based hybridization assay.
A limited yet highly informative reduced 10 spacer panel set is defined which could offer a more cost-effective option for implementation in resource-limited countries and that could decrease the need for additional VNTR genotyping work in molecular epidemiological studies. Expand
The configuration, purification effect and mechanism of intensified constructed wetland for wastewater treatment from the aspect of nitrogen removal: A review.
In this review, the system configuration optimization, purification effect and general mechanisms of nitrogen removal in CW are systematically summarized and discussed. Expand
Neuroprotective effect of bicyclol in rat ischemic stroke: Down-regulates TLR4, TLR9, TRAF6, NF-κB, MMP-9 and up-regulates claudin-5 expression
Bicyclol has neuroprotective effect on cerebral ischemia, and this protection may be through down- Regulating TLR4, TLR9, TRAF6, NF-κB, MMP-9 and up-regulating claudin-5 expression. Expand
Abnormal cerebellar development and Purkinje cell defects in Lgl1-Pax2 conditional knockout mice.
Findings suggest that Lgl1 plays a key role in cerebellar development and folia formation by regulating the development of PCs. Expand